Traducción de Methodist en Español:

Methodist

metodista, n.

Pronunciación /ˈmɛθədəst//ˈmɛθədɪst/

nombre

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    metodista masculino
    • The service was organised through the Ecumenical Partnership which includes Anglicans, Methodists, Roman Catholics and the Society of Friends.
    • This year is a special year for Methodists as it is the tercentenary of John Wesley's birth.
    • We knew that the Methodists were really Anglicans with more money.
    • What would you say to those millions of people who are going to go synagogues tomorrow and wards of your church and Catholics and Protestants and Methodists.
    • And this discomfort isn't limited to Presbyterians and Methodists and Anglicans.
    • Other Protestant groups include Methodists, Moravians, Baptists, and Seventh-Day Adventists.
    • Other groups were gaining a significant foothold too, including Baptists, Methodists, Mennonites, Christian Reformed, and Episcopalians.
    • Wesleyan Methodists banned women from preaching to mixed congregations in 1803.
    • From unassuming beginnings in the 1760s, Wesleyan Methodists had achieved many successes in America by the close of the eighteenth century.
    • Lutherans, Calvinists, Methodists, Baptists and even agnostics have found him deserving.
    • Most of the people are Roman Catholics, Anglican, Methodists, Baptists, or Mennonites.
    • You are influenced heavily by John Wesley and the Methodists.
    • The Baptists, Methodists, Lutherans, Mormons all have impressive emergency relief works after major events.
    • As early as 1882 the Wesleyan Methodists provided regular religious services for the settlers at Johnburgh.
    • Baptists were most prominent, followed by Presbyterians and Methodists.
    • Certainly, the Wesley Connection of Methodists took an overtly antislavery position.
    • To their credit, I saw some Methodists speaking to the young lady after the meeting.
    • The General Synod approved a series of measures yesterday to bring Anglicans and Methodists closer together.
    • A proposal to join with the Scottish Episcopalians, Methodists and the United Reformed Churches was rejected by 384 votes to 99.
    • It was an all-out attack on the Calvinistic theology embraced by George Whitefield and many other early Methodists.

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    metodista
    • When faith and discipline are seen as the essential ingredients of Methodist piety, there is no mystery about the twentieth century collapse.
    • He arrived in Whitby at a time when rural Methodist chapels were closing one by one and believers were few and far between.
    • In other areas of the South, Methodist women heeded the national Church's call for racial reconciliation.
    • Although it is a Roman Catholic church, the service will be for people from all faiths with Anglican and Methodist ministers also taking part.
    • The Anglican and Methodist churches have signed a covenant intended to heal their 200-year rift and pave the way to reunification.
    • Such positions were available to Methodist women only if they went abroad, as missionaries.
    • Andrew's parents were Methodist missionaries in India, but although a religious man he declared at the age of 3 that he wanted to be a doctor.
    • This hymn has traditionally been the first hymn in Methodist hymnals since the time of Wesley.
    • He made frequent diversions to towns and villages along the way, but the three cities became the great centres of Methodist influence.
    • The odd pheasant springs hazardously from behind a dry stone wall and the occasional chapel marks this out as Methodist country.
    • We began with prayer led by Graham Jones, the Methodist chaplain, and the sharing of bread and wine.
    • There, many miles into the country was a little clapboard Methodist church, built, in part, by the Lamptons, in 1861.
    • It meant he travelled around all the different Methodist chapels, constantly meeting and working with people.
    • My mother shuffled us around, as kids, to various Southern Baptist and Methodist churches, with little or no sustained involvement.
    • The grounds are pocked with small lava pits, which are used to cook poultry and sides of beef donated by Methodist church groups.
    • Villagers are raising funds to replace the ageing structure, once a Methodist chapel in Sutton-on-Derwent.
    • It was built as a Methodist chapel in 1910, became a convalescence hospital during the First World War, and was later partly used as a billiard hall.
    • He was baptized in a Methodist church at age 14, but soon drifted into agnosticism.
    • Several examples provide illustration about how Methodist women recruited their husbands to the church.
    • Christianity was brought to the islands in the 1830s primarily by Methodist missionaries.